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  • Australian Pelican, Little Black Cormorant

    Australian Pelican, Little Black Cormorant.   Photographer: Sandy Castle

  • Sharp-tailed Sandpiper

    Sharp-tailed Sandpiper.   Photographer: Sandy Castle

  • Banded Stilt

    Banded Stilt.   Photographer: Doug Castle

  • Pied Stilt, Pacific Black Duck

    Pied Stilt, Pacific Black Duck.   Photographer: Sandy Castle

  • Pacific Black Duck

    Pacific Black Duck.   Photographer: Con Boekel

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  • Swift Parrot at Wanniassa Hills Primary School reported by sandra henderson on 08-09-2018
    Early morning (7am). single bird sitting quietly in top of dead tree. Poor light, and I initially thought Musk Lorikeet. But flew off with series of high pitched clear notes and photo (eBird list) shows the red bordered with yellow in Swift Parrot facial pattern, red under tail, bluish tinge to green behind eye. Flew off and could not relocate. Area has numerous flowering ironbarks and lots of Rainbow Lorikeets much of the day.


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